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Re: MySQL Backend

From: Samay <getafix123_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-18 09:39:57 CET

>>Replication, rollback, trigger and stored procedures. All these FSFS does
>>not have and I think (IMO) better than BDB.

Replication -> there are many file system based replication methods
available .. including FAM on linux to achieve this. as well as post-committ
hook is a failsafe method.
Rollback -> This sounds like a very dangerous idea ... every change must be
unidirectional for integrity of version control .. rollback somewhat defeats
Trigger -> there are very specific actions that are carried on Repo and each
of them have defined trigger cases -- pre-committ/postcommit etc.
Extensibility should be via an API not direct on raw data.
storedProc -> what actions one would like take on raw SCM data, again a very
bad idea. All such tasks should be carried out using a defined
API/Abstraction Layer.



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